Definition of "room-temperature" [room-temperature]
At a typical temperature of indoor surroundings (about 20 to 23ºC); neither heated nor chilled.(adjective)
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Use "room-temperature" in a sentence
"While usually I don't indulge the misspelled musings of those with a room-temperature IQs, you are so ... "special" I decided to make an exception."
"Oh yeah cause when I hear the term “American” I think of bed-wetting, room-temperature IQ, gun-f***ing, barely-literate, ignorant sociopaths who think it is rational to consider as a guidebook for living in the 21st Century a book of poorly written mythology produced by people who were mentally centuries in their thinking behind such ancient peoples as the Egyptians and Mesopotamians, to the point that they were considered the rednecks of their time."
"In a large bowl, beat room-temperature egg whites until foamy, then add in cream of tartar and salt."